When I was in Chile, I really wanted to get up to the Northern part of the country to see the wine regions of Elqui and Limari. These areas are newer wine regions that have historically been used to produce grapes for Pisco, the distilled spirit that is common in Chile and Peru, but increasingly, they are making table wines. This photo of tall, pergola trained vines makes me sorry I missed the region. — Alder Yarrow
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